10 Best Predictions Against The Spread: Week 6

10 Best Predictions Against The Spread: Week 6


10 Best Predictions Against The Spread: Week 6


Week 6 Fearless Predictions, Game Previews 
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1. Boise State at UNLV

LINE: Boise State -22.5, o/u: 55.5
ATS PICK: Boise State
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Okay, no more joking around here.

Boise State-UNLV joins Washington-Stanford as the last games of the day, which means you’re either going to be chasing, or you followed the advice given with the rest of these picks and you’ll be playing with house money.

That means there’s a responsibility here to nail the No. 1 pick this week, especially after going all in on the idea that Virginia’s pass rush was going to give Notre Dame problems last week, and not the other way around.

Sorry … NO ONE, not even Irish insiders, saw that coming in the second half.

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Again, one of the key aspects to this week is rest. A whole slew of teams got time off just when they looked like they were winding down, and Boise State was definitely one them.

Now it gets to go to Vegas to face a team that’s been historically just flaky enough under Tony Sanchez to pull off something weird out of a hat, but it sure hasn’t happened so far.

Seriously, who gives up 30 points to Northwestern?

Who makes Wyoming look like the Kansas City Chiefs – okay, pumping the brakes on that – in a 53-17 loss?

It’s not like the Rebels are dealing with Oklahoma, Ohio State and Alabama here, and yet they’ve been annihilated by a combined score of 126-48 over the last three games.

UNLV has one of the nation’s least-efficient passing games, it can’t stop turning the ball over, and it’s not generating a lick of pressure into the backfield.

Boise State is ultra-efficient, is amazing at getting to the quarterback, has one fo the nation’s most effective defenses, and … it’s rested.


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